Monday, March 28, 2011

~Slowly but surely~

(A vignette with pretty tulips)

Slowly but surely I am getting back into my normal routine
My husband has been taking such good care of me since I had my procedure
He has been making all of the meals,cleaning the house and doing loads and loads of laundry
He even made a cozy bed for me downstairs and placed the pretty pink tulips (in photo)
and a favorite candle of mine next to me on my nighstand while recovering
I thought that was so sweet of him
He said today that he is actually looking forward to going back to work tomorrow
 (with a smirk on his face)
That must mean that us stay at home moms do ALOT of work
I am very thankful for my husband and I am going to miss him taking care of me ;)
I hope you had a wonderful weekend friends
 Thanks so much for all of your nice comments and well wishes from my last post
I will be visiting your blogs soon
Hugs,
Rachel

26 comments:

sarah atmyyellowhouse said...

Rest up and take care of yourself! Your husband does sound very sweet...I love that he left tulips and a candle. :)

See you when you feel better ~

Tete said...

Bless your husband for all his caring and housework! Hope you are doing well and not too sore. What a sweet man you have to make sure you have something so pretty to look at while you mend. I am sure he is going to think he's on vacation when he goes back to work. These guys just don't realize all the work it takes to keep a house going until they have to do it themselves.
Blessings coming your way- Tete

dreams on 34th street said...

Rachel...
So happy to see you pop up on my blog reader.

I work in the medical field...those first few days after a procedure
(or surgery) are so important for the recovery...You have a stellar man taking care of you!

Best of love and healing wishes!
*Lynne*

Debra@Common Ground said...

What a sweet husband! Be sure and rest up, don't overdo it until you're really feeling up to it!
xo,
Debra

Blondie's Journal said...

I hope you are up and about soon...but don't rush it. Husbands can really be helpful and I do think they realize pretty quickly how difficult it is to manage a home and children! Mine sure did when I was in the hospital a few years back.

Take care, sweetie!

XO,
Janie

Vicki said...

Hope you are feeling better soon! Glad you are in good hands though, wink, wink.

Rustic and White said...

Your husband is definitely a keeper...actually he reminds me of my husband who is just as sweet. The tulips are inspiring too...it is still pretty cold here in Ontario and I long for my tulips to come up through the garden. Take care of yourself and try not to do too much until you are really ready.
Cheers,
Carrie

Miranda said...

I'm so glad you're feeling closer to getting back on your feet. What a sweet husband you have! The tulips and candle are the perfect loving touch ♥

Rest lots and take care of yourself!

Pattie said...

Take care of yourself and you are very lucky to have a good husband be well and glad to see you posting we love you. have a good night

Pattie

Susan said...

What a sweet husband! I hope you are feeling back to 100% soon. I'm sure the work you do at home is much more appreciated now! :)
- Susan

White Ironstone Cottage said...

Sending You love and prayers
Blad you are doing better
xo
Pam

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

What a sweet husband! I'm happy to hear that you are being cared for. That makes the healing process so much easier.
Hee hee... he is ready for work, hugh? Too funny! We are loved :)
Have a blessed week!
Hugs!!!

A Rosy Note said...

I hope you are on the mend Rachel. I've been thinking about you. Your husband sounds like a keeper, taking care of you so well.

Best wishes :)
~Tricia

Jennifer Rizzo said...

Glad you are doing okay! rest up well and enjoy the break! ;) Sending you healing thoughts~!

All That Jazz said...

Hi Rachel, I am glad you are being cared for by your sweet loving hubby! ;-) It sounds like you will be on the mend soon. I hope you had a great new book like "Romantic Prairie Style" to pour through while you've been recovering?!
Take care!
~xo/michelle~

Lara said...

Take this recovery time for yourself to heal and strengthen. That is so nice that you have a husband that is taking charge plus pampering 'ya! How sweet he brought the tulips by your side!
Warm Regards,
Lara

Karena said...

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Allison said...

What a wonderful husband you have and so glad he is taking such good care of you. Take it easy and feel better soon!

French Basketeer.com said...

Be well, dear Rachel. You are lucky to have such a great husband to care for you! The tulips are perfection!

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

Hey sweet girl, hope you are on the mend. Enjoy having a man-slave for a little while. I'm thinking of you and hoping all is well.

Hugs,
Judy

A Cottage Muse said...

Hoping you are feeling well today! I just had the pleasure of my honey playing nurse too...aren't they the best!!

Take it slow and rest up, we'll see you soon!

Rachel Noelle said...

THANK YOU all so much! ;) ~ HUGS~

Ashley said...

Keep resting and get yourself well! Xoxoxo

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

Good you should be pampered..we women do far too much.Just take it easy o.k? x0x0

michelle said...

Hi Rachel! I am so sorry I missed your previous post but I am so glad that you are doing well and getting back into your routine. Your hubby is wonderful for nurturing you and taking care of the house.
Take care of yourself. :)
Hugs!
XO

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Your husband sounds LOVELY!! How sweet of him to add such thoughtful touches that YOU love (as opposed to what he thinks would look nice). Aaaaaah! I hope you get better very soon, chickadee.

Sarahxx